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JOST Australia champions sustainability

JOST Australia has joined Sustainable Choice Group as a Sustainability Tracker member.

JOST is aiming to reduce CO2 emissions from Scope 1 and 2 by 50 per cent per production hour by 2030, and according to Sustainable Choice Group, it is already making great strides to achieve this goal.

In 2022, JOST was able to reduce CO2 emissions per production hour by 15 per cent compared to 2021, and by 35.2 per cent compared to the base year 2020.

In a statement online, a JOST Australia spokesperson said sustainability is a way of life for the company.

“Together, we share a unified vision of a healthier, greener, and more sustainable world,” the spokesperson said.

“Through innovation, dedication, and a commitment to responsible practices, we are taking tangible steps to transform this vision into a living reality.”

JOST’s products are engineered with a keen focus on reducing environmental impact, lowering emissions and enhancing efficiency.

In addition, responsible practices are applied in every aspect of JOST’s operations, from sourcing materials ethically to ensuring the safety and well-being of employees.

JOST’s products and packaging are also designed with a strong emphasis on sustainability. By using materials efficiently, it is lowering the carbon footprint associated with manufacturing.

“Our products aren’t just components; they are essential contributors to improving the environmental footprint of trucks and trailers,” the spokesperson said.

“Our actions and products speak volumes about our commitment to a better world, and we are resolute in our mission to contribute to a greener, more sustainable future.”

In other news, Tuff Trailers gets the most out of fitting JOST’s TRIDEC steering systems and trailer components as standard on its builds.

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